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Operators in the future will possibly be able to use X-rays from pulsating stars–or pulsars– light years away from earth to navigate with the same accuracy
The FAA has begun trials of four separate systems designed to automatically detect, report and pinpoint the location of foreign objects on airport runways.
French company Simav is developing a new thermal process, thermolysis, to recycle the carbon fiber contained in composite materials and claims that its pro
BAE Systems Regional Aircraft this year will deliver six more of its corporate-configured, four-engine Avro RJs for a variety of business and government op
ExecuJet Aviation and Hawker Pacific have begun operating the new Skypark FBO at Kuala Lumpur’s Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport.
Dassault Aviation and Unijet, two companies that have a long history at Paris Le Bourget, have been selected to operate from the new terminal at the dedica
Lithium batteries, as used in cellphones, laptops and other electronic equipment, have been in the news recently, as airlines have severely limited their c
Singapore Airlines last Thursday took delivery of its sixth Airbus A380.
Airbus delivered to Australia’s Qantas its first of 20 A380 superjumbos during ceremonies held on Friday at Airbus’ delivery center in Toulouse, France.
The fate of per-seat, on-demand air-taxi firm DayJet is up in the air, and its aircraft are not.